Emergency Flash Update Is Rolling Out Now

By | June 26, 2015

Emergency Flash Update Is Rolling Out NowAdobe Flash Player

Ah, Adobe Flash, the plugin that every single one of us loves to death, thanks to a never ending streak of security vulnerabilities and all kinds of issues. One might wonder, how many more are there left.

However, while most are routinely fixed and rolled out in batches, earlier this week Adobe was forced to release a critical update to machines running Windows, Mac and Linux as the latest vulnerability is extremely serious and has been already exploited by various hackers worldwide.

While details remain skim, Adobe says that CVE-2015-3113 allows attackers to take control of the affected system, with Internet Explorer 7 on Windows 7 and Firefox on Windows XP being the most common targets.

So, in case you have not updated your system yet, do it now.

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